The Legend Riders Motorcycle Club and Legendettes' Social Club of Pine Bluff visited with seven-year-old Larmar Tyson Jr., the youngest person in Lincoln Heights Nursing Home in Star City, shortly before he died. The groups presented his family with $566, an offering from fundraisers.

The Legend Riders Motorcycle Club and Legendettes’ Social Club of Pine Bluff visited with seven-year-old Larmar Tyson Jr., the youngest person in Lincoln Heights Nursing Home in Star City, shortly before he died. The groups presented his family with $566, an offering from fundraisers.

From Jan. 23, 2011, through Feb. 2, 2012, the clubs hosted line dance exercise class fundraisers. The proceeds benefited Larmar, who was diagnosed with brain cancer on Feb. 26, 2011, a spokeswoman said.

According to Pamela LeGrand and Cassandra Byrd, organizers of the fundraisers, several groups and individuals helped the clubs raise money including employees from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, W.C. “Dub” Brassell Detention Center, U.S. Renal Care, Cat’s, Pine Bluff Police Department and the Bluff City Divas.

“Sadly, Larmar passed away on March 5. The clubs ask that you please keep the family of Larmar Tyson in your prayers,” the spokeswoman said.

He was the son of Larmar Dewayne Tyson Sr. and Toni Lynelle King.